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David Cummins Appointed Transportation Group SVP at Serco’s North American Arm; Dan Allen Comments

David Cummins
David Cummins

David Cummins, former senior vice president of mobility solutions at Xerox (NYSE: XRX), has joined Serco Group‘s North American subsidiary as senior vice president for the transportation business unit.

The 15-year industry veteran will be in charge of Reston, Virginia-based Serco Inc.‘s work in the aviation, air traffic control, fleet management and intelligent transportation systems markets, the company said Tuesday.

Dan Allen
Dan Allen

“[Cummins] brings a broad set of experiences and rich history that will support our transportation business expansion, ” said Serco Inc. Chairman and CEO Dan Allen.

Cummins previously managed Xerox’s parking and justice lines of business as well as its transportation division’s strategy, acquisition, sales and marketing functions.

Before that, he served as director of operations planning and management for the 2002 Salt Lake Olympic event’s organizing committee.

Serco Inc. currently manages transportation operations facilities and safety service patrols in Virginia as part of a six-year, $355 million contract the state’s Transportation Department awarded to the company in 2013.

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